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xvi, 171 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
  • Academic exchanges
  • The Toronto-Addis Ababa Academic Collaboration Library Science Program : a case study in global librarianship in Ethiopia / Sandra Kendall
  • Connecting with the University of Hong Kong for program and professional development / Lesley S.J. Farmer
  • The CUNY-Shanghai Library Faculty Exchange Program : participants remember, reflect, and reshape / Sheau-yueh J. Chao, Beth Evans, Ryan Phillips, Mark Aaron Polger, Beth Posner, Ellen Sexton
  • Fulbright experiences
  • Transcending ethnic, racial, and political conflict to achieve understanding between the Greek and Turkish Cypriot library communities / Constantia Constantinou
  • The unfinished work : organizational democracy / John Lubans, Jr.
  • Librarians building digital learning objects supporting cultural understanding : the Fulbright-Hays Seminar Abroad in Morocco and Tunisia / Michael J. Miller
  • Cape crusade : building the Steve Biko Centre's library and archive in South Africa's Eastern Cape / Kenneth Schlesinger
  • Information literacy and access
  • Together we are better : international collaboration supporting information access in the Dominican Republic / Loida García-Febo, Adriana McCleer
  • How do you say "penguin" in K'aqchikel? : promoting literacy in Guatemala / Stephen E. Stratton
  • International partnerships
  • Building capacity for international librarianship through intercultural professional partnerships and civil society outreach in Tanzania / Chantal Phillips
  • Partnering in international library development : Lubuto Library Partners, Zambia Library Service, and Zambia's Ministry of Education / Elizabeth Cramer
  • Training models
  • Peace corps training for sustainable library development projects / Marcy Carrel.
Green Library
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xvi, 372 pages ; 22 cm.
  • Machine generated contents note: Contents
  • Preface
  • Acknowledgments
  • 1. One Manifesto Less: Material Text and the Anti-Book
  • 2. Communist Objects and Small Press Pamphlets
  • 3. Root, Fascicle, Rhizome: Forms and Passions of the Political Book
  • 4. What Matter Who's Speaking? The Politics of Anonymous Authorship
  • 5. Proud to be Flesh: Diagrammatic Publishing in Mute Magazine
  • 6. Unidentified Narrative Objects: Wu Ming's Political Mythopoesis
  • Notes
  • Index.
"No, Anti-Book is not a book about books. Not exactly. And yet it is a must for anyone interested in the future of the book. Presenting what he terms "a communism of textual matter, " Nicholas Thoburn explores the encounter between political thought and experimental writing and publishing, shifting the politics of text from an exclusive concern with content and meaning to the media forms and social relations by which text is produced and consumed. Taking a "post-digital" approach in considering a wide array of textual media forms, Thoburn invites us to challenge the commodity form of books--to stop imagining books as transcendent intellectual, moral, and aesthetic goods unsullied by commerce. His critique is, instead, one immersed in the many materialities of text. Anti-Book engages with an array of writing and publishing projects, including Antonin Artaud's paper gris-gris and Valerie Solanas's SCUM Manifesto, Guy Debord's sandpaper-bound Memoires, the collective novelist Wu Ming, and the digital/print hybrid of Mute magazine. Empirically grounded, it is also a major achievement in expressing a political philosophy of writing and publishing, where the materiality of text is interlaced with conceptual production. Each chapter investigates a different form of textual media in concert with a particular concept: the small-press pamphlet as "communist object, " the magazine as "diagrammatic publishing, " political books in the modes of "root" and "rhizome, " the "multiple single" of anonymous authorship, and myth as "unidentified narrative object." An absorbingly written contribution to contemporary media theory in all its manifestations, Anti-Book will enrich current debates about radical publishing, artists' books and other new genre and media forms in alternative media, art publishing, media studies, cultural studies, critical theory, and social and political theory"-- Provided by publisher.
Law Library (Crown)
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90 pages : illustrations (chiefly color) ; 23 cm
In 2016 the University of Nebraska Press celebrates its 75th anniversary. Proudly rooted in the Great Plains, the Press has established itself as the largest and most diversified publisher located between Chicago and California. The achievements of a vast network of devoted authors, editors, board members, series editors, and staff, the Press has published more than 4,000 books and more than 30 journals of influential and enduring value.What started as a one-person operation at a land grant institution on the sparsely populated plains of Nebraska has tenaciously grown into a press that has earned an international reputation for publishing notable works in Native studies, history, anthropology, American studies, sports, cultural criticism, fiction, fiction in translation, creative nonfiction, and poetry. Winning numerous awards through the years, most notably several Nobel Prizes, the Press has contributed richly to the state, the region, and far beyond. The Press's partnership with the Jewish Publication Society has placed an emphasis on books in Jewish studies and Bible studies, while the acquisition of Potomac Books has expanded the Press's subject matter to include national and world affairs and more widespread coverage of military history. In honor of its 75th anniversary, the Press has produced the publication Big House on the Prairie, which features a narrative of press highlights, profiles of key historical employees, and lists of its 75 most significant books, 30 journals, and 75 most noteworthy book covers. Please join us in celebrating 75 years of publishing excellence.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780803288126 20160704
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xii, 164 pages : illustrations (some color) ; 22 x 28 cm
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vii, 218 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm.
  • Introduction: literary production and cultural democracy
  • Chilean literary culture since 1970: a panorama
  • Ergo sum: self-publication and the book-object under dictatorship
  • Cartonera publishers: artisanal and industrial book production in neoliberal Chile
  • Libros de mentira: fake books, digital matter, and cultural democracy 2.0
  • Santiago en 100 palabras: mass literature, cultural sponsorship, and globalization
  • Conclusion: rethinking the field of cultural production: cultural agency, minority literature, and cultural studies scholarship
  • Afterword: feminist research and pedagogy as forms of craft.
By producing literature in nontraditional forms-books made of cardboard trash, posters in subway stations, miniature shopping bags, digital publications, and even children's toys-Chileans have made and circulated literary objects in defiance of state censorship and independent of capitalist definitions of value. In The Labor of Literature Jane D. Griffin studies amateur and noncommercial forms of literary production in Chile that originated in response to authoritarian state politics and have gained momentum throughout the postdictatorship period. She argues that such forms advance a model of cultural democracy that differs from and sometimes contradicts the model endorsed by the state and the market. By examining alternative literary publications, Griffin recasts the seventeen-year Pinochet dictatorship as a time of editorial experimentation despite widespread cultural oppression and shows how grassroots cultural activism has challenged government-approved corporate publishing models throughout the postdictatorship period. Griffin's work also points to the growing importance of autogestion, or do-it-yourself cultural production, where individuals combine artisanal forms with new technologies to make and share creative work on a global scale.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781625342096 20161024
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vi, 331 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.
  • * List of Figures * List of Tables * Acknowledgments *1. Exploring Theory Development: Learning from Diverse Masters (Diane H. Sonnenwald) * Part 1. Behavior of Individuals and Groups *2. Many Paths to Theory: The Creative Process in the Information Sciences (Marcia J. Bates) *3. Reflections on Theory Construction in Human Information Behavior: A Theory of Browsing (ShanJu Lin Chang) *4. Reflections on the Development of a Theoretical Perspective (Carol Collier Kuhlthau) *5. Converging on Theory from Four Sides (Gary M. Olson and Judith S. Olson) * Part 2. Evaluation *6. Drawing Graphs for Theory Development in Bibliometrics and Retrieval (Michael K. Buckland) *7. Two Views on Theory Development for Interactive Information Retrieval (Kalervo Jarvelin) *8. Relevance: In Search of a Theoretical Foundation (Tefko Saracevic) *9. The Story of a Colony: Theory Development in Webometric Research (Mike Thelwall) * Part 3. Design *10. Theorizing the Unprecedented (John M. Carroll) *11. Appropriating Theory (Bonnie Nardi) *12. Theory for Design: The Case of Reading (Andrew Dillon) * Part 4. Cultural and Scientific Heritage *13. The Poverty of Theory-- or, The Education of Jerome McGann (Jerome McGann) *14. Illuminating Daughter-Mother Narratives in Young Adult Fiction (Hilary S. Crew) *15. The Noblest Pleasure: Theories of Understanding in the Information Sciences (David Bawden) *16. Apologia pro Theoria Sua (Jack Meadows) *17. Supporting Future Theory Development (Diane H. Sonnenwald) * Notes on the Contributors * Index.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9781477309063 20160619
Emerging as a discipline in the first half of the twentieth century, the information sciences study how people, groups, organizations, and governments create, share, disseminate, manage, search, access, evaluate, and protect information, as well as how different technologies and policies can facilitate and constrain these activities. Given the broad span of the information sciences, it is perhaps not surprising that there is no consensus regarding its underlying theory-the purposes of it, the types of it, or how one goes about developing new theories to talk about new research questions. Diane H. Sonnenwald and the contributors to this volume seek to shed light on these issues by sharing reflections on the theory-development process. These reflections are not meant to revolve around data collection and analysis; rather, they focus on the struggles, challenges, successes, and excitement of developing theories. The particular theories that the contributors explore in their essays range widely, from theories of literacy and reading to theories of design and digital search. Several chapters engage with theories of the behavior of individuals and groups; some deal with processes of evaluation; others reflect on questions of design; and the rest treat cultural and scientific heritage. The ultimate goal, Sonnenwald writes in her introduction, is to "encourage, inspire, and assist individuals striving to develop and/or teach theory development.".
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781477309063 20160619
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207 pages : illustrations (chiefly color) ; 24 cm.
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x, 271 pages : illustrations ; 26 cm.
  • Determining data information literacy needs : a study of students and research faculty / Jake Carlson, Michael Fosmire, C.C. Miller, Megan Sapp Nelson
  • Developing the Data Information Literacy project : approach and methodology / Jake Carlson, Lisa R. Johnston, Brian Westra
  • An exploration of the data information literacy competencies : findings from the project interviews / Jake Carlson, Jon Jeffryes, Lisa R. Johnston, Mason Nichols, Brian Westra, Sarah J. Wright
  • Developing a for-credit course to teach data information literacy skills : a case study in natural resources / Sarah J. Wright, Camille Andrews
  • Addressing software code as data : an embedded librarian approach / Jake Carlson, Megan Sapp Nelson
  • Teaching data information literacy skills in a library workshop setting : a case study in agricultural and biological engineering / Marianne Bracke, Michael Fosmire
  • Teaching civil engineering data information literacy skills : an e-learning approach / Lisa R. Johnston, Jon Jeffryes
  • Teaching ecology data information literacy skills to graduate students : a discussion-based approach / Brian Westra, Dean Walton
  • Developing data information literacy programs : a guide for academic librarians / Sarah J. Wright, Jake Carlson, John Jeffryes, Camille Andrews, Marianne Bracke, Michael Fosmire, Lisa R. Johnston, Megan Sapp Nelson, Dean Walton, Brian Westra
  • Where do we go from here? Further developing the data information literacy competencies / Megan Sapp Nelson
  • Future directions for data information literacy : growing programs and communities of practice / Jake Carlson.
"Given the increasing attention to managing, publishing, and preserving research datasets as scholarly assets, what competencies in working with research data will graduate students in STEM disciplines need to be successful in their fields? And what role can librarians play in helping students attain these competencies? In addressing these questions, this book articulates a new area of opportunity for librarians and other information professionals, developing educational programs that introduce graduate students to the knowledge and skills needed to work with research data. The term "data information literacy" has been adopted with the deliberate intent of tying two emerging roles for librarians together. By viewing information literacy and data services as complementary rather than separate activities, the contributors seek to leverage the progress made and the lessons learned in each service area. The intent of the publication is to help librarians cultivate strategies and approaches for developing data information literacy programs"-- Provided by publisher.
"The intent of the publication is to help librarians cultivate strategies and approaches for developing data information literacy programs of their own using the work done in the multiyear, IMLS-supported Data Information Literacy (DIL) project as real-world case studies. The initial chapters introduce the concepts and ideas behind data information literacy, such as the twelve data competencies. The middle chapters describe five case studies in data information literacy conducted at different institutions (Cornell, Purdue, Minnesota, Oregon), each focused on a different disciplinary area in science and engineering. They detail the approaches taken, how the programs were implemented, and the assessment metrics used to evaluate their impact. The later chapters include the "DIL Toolkit, " a distillation of the lessons learned, which is presented as a handbook for librarians interested in developing their own DIL programs. The book concludes with recommendations for future directions and growth of data information literacy. More information about the DIL project can be found on the project's website: datainfolit.org"-- Provided by publisher.
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x, 415 pages ; 28 cm
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xiii, 384 pages : color illustrations ; 27 cm.
East Asia Library
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147 pages : illustrations (some color) ; 24 cm.
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541 pages : illustrations ; 29 cm + 1 CD-ROM.
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261 pages : color illustrations ; 29 cm.
East Asia Library
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vi, 401 pages : illustrations, maps ; 23 cm.
  • Skills and services: Participatory approaches to building community-centered libraries / Anastasia Diamond-Ortiz (Cleveland Public Library) and Buffy J. Hamilton (Norcross High School Media Center) ; Guiding learners : information literacy / Alesia McManus (Howard Community College, Maryland) ; The reference interview revisited / M. Kathleen Kern (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign) ; Reader's advisory services as reference services / Jessica E. Moyer (University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee)
  • Content and information sources: Reference publishing in the 21st century : lead, follow, or get out of the way / Rolf Janke (Mission Bell Media) ; Wikipedia, user-generated content, and the future of reference sources / Phoebe Ayers
  • (Wikimedia foundation and University of California, Davis)
  • Tools and technologies: Discovery tools / Michael Courtney (Indiana University) ; Collaborative virtual reference : past, present, and future trends / Kris Johnson (AskColorado/AskAcademic Virtual Reference Cooperative) ; The value of reference services : using assessment to chart the future / Amanda Clay Powers (Mississippi State University)
  • Innovation in action : studies and examples: Alienation, acceptance, or ambiguity? : a qualitative study of librarian and staff perceptions of reference service change / Mara H. Sansolo (Pasco-Hernando State College, Florida) and Kaya Van Beynen (University of South Florida, St. Petersburg) ; Meet your personal librarian / Martha Adkins (University of San Diego) ; Roving reference / Madeline Cohen and Kevin Saw (Lehman College, City University of New York) ; On-call reference / Krista Schmidt (West Carolina University) ; Peer reference tutoring / Michelle Twait (Gustavus Adolphus College, Minnesota) ; A single service point / Diane Hunter and Mary E. Anderson (University of Missouri-Kansas City) ; Community outreach through LibGuides / Mandi Goodsett (Georgia Southwestern State University) and Kirstin Dougan (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign) ; 24/7 global virtual reference cooperation : the case of QuestionPoint / Susan McGlamery (OCLC Questionpoint) ; Serving the "somewhere out there" patron : the view from the digital cooperative reference desk / Nicolette Warisse Sosulski (Portage District Library, Michigan) ; Integration of library resources into the course management system / Janet Pinkley (California State University, Channel Islands) and Margaret Driscoll (University of California, Santa Barbara) ; Negotiating space for the library : embedding library resources and services into a university learning management system / Jolanda-Pieta van Arnhem and James Williams (College of Charleston) ; Boosting user engagement with online social tools / Georgina Parsons (Brunel University, London, United Kingdom); - You have a question, so tweet me maybe : a study in using Twitter for reference / Amanda L. Folk (University of Pittsburgh at Greensburg) ; Embedding LibraryThing for Libraries in the online library catalog / Amanda Viana (Norton Public Library, Massachussetts) ; CrowdAsk : crowdsourcing reference and library help / Ilana Stonebraker and Tao Zhang (Purdue University) ; The guide to reference : a solution for teaching reference sources / Denise Beaubien Bennett (University of Florida) ; Reference to patrons with disabilities / Michael Saar (Lamar University, Texas) ; Discovery service : goals, evaluation, and implementation of OhioLINK Academic Consortium / Ron Burns (EBSCO) and Theda Schwing (OhioLINK) ; OCLC and discovery / John McCullough (OCLC) ; Discovery and the digital reference desk / Andrew Nagy (ProQuest) ; Reference : an architect's view / Rayford W. Law (Rayford W. Law Architecture+Planning) ; Addressing user intent : analyzing usage logs to optimize search results / Christine Stohn (Ex Libris) ; Educating reference librarians for first-day success / Elizabeth Mahoney and Christinger Tomer (University of Pittsburgh) ; Where do we go from here? / David A. Tyckoson (California State University, Fresno) and John G. Dove (Former CEO of Credo Reference).
Reference service, the idea that librarians provide direct assistance to users, has been a central function of libraries for over a century. Today's libraries are even more complex and intimidating to new users than libraries of the past, and the technical and social contexts in which users experience their library's resources add to this complexity. The availability of a friendly librarian who helps users find materials, search for information on a topic, interpret citations, identify quality information, and format bibliographies has become a standard component of what libraries do. However, changes in technologies, economics, and user populations are causing many libraries to question the need and function of traditional reference services. This book examines how library services meet user needs in the twenty-first century. Many libraries are asking key questions about reference services, such as: Should librarians be on call waiting for users or out in the community promoting the library? Should we assign staff to help users one-on-one or is it more effective to assign them to build and use tools to teach users how to find and evaluate information? Will we continue to purchase commercial reference sources or just use Wikipedia and other free resources on the web? With the proliferation of information available today, how can we help users evaluate search results and select the best resources that they can find? And how do we evaluate the effectiveness of reference services? Through contributions from the leading scholars and practitioners in the field, this volume addresses such issues and how they affect practises in public and academic libraries. In addition, it presents perspectives from the publishing community and the creators of discovery tools. Each section is enhanced by short case studies that highlight real-world practices and experiences.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781557536983 20160617
Green Library
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1 online resource (2 unnumbered pages).
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36 volumes : facsimilies ; 27 cm
  • Di 1 ce, zong mu. ti yao shu ying-- di 2 ce, han shu yu lun can juan xu lu yi juan / (qing)ding yan zhuan (ju gao ben ying yin) ; song qian han shu can ben kao yi yi juan / (qing)qian tai ji zhuan (ju qing dao guang shi ba nian gao ben ying yin) ; bu ban ma yi tong qi juan / (qing)zhou zhong fu bian (ju qing chao ben ying yin)-- di 3 ce, liu guo shi lue bu fen juan fu si ma wen gong zong lun yi juan shi liu guo zong lun yi juan / (qing)wang yun zhuan (ju gao hong cai chao ben ying yin) ; ding fen wai shi er juan / (ming)yang qi yuan zhuan (ju qing chao ben ying yin) ; jing guan kao cha bu fen juan / (ming)li bu bian (ju ming tian qi er nian chao ben ying yin)-- di 4 ce, qing chang jiang shui shi ying shao guan lu li ce bu fen juan fu jiang nan su song shui shi ying shao guan lu li ce bu fen juan(yi) / (qing)yi ming bian (ju qing guang xu jian chao ben ying yin)-- di 5 ce, chang jiang shui shi ying shao guan lu li ce bu fen juan fu jiang nan su song shui shi ying shao guan lu li ce bu fen juan(er) / (qing)yi ming bian (ju qing guang xu jian chao ben ying yin)--
  • Di 6 ce, qing chang jiang shui shi ying shao guan lu li ce bu fen juan fu jiang nan su song shui shi ying shao guan lu li ce bu fen juan(san) / (qing)yi ming bian (ju qing guang xu jian chao ben ying yin)-- di 7 ce, qing chang jiang shui shi ying shao guan lu li ce bu fen juan fu jiang nan su song shui shi ying shao guan lu li ce bu fen juan(si) / (qing)yi ming bian (ju qing guang xu jian chao ben ying yin) ; wang shi shou yan bu fen juan / (ming)yi ming bian (ju bao yi tang chao ben ying yin) ; ming si li zi chuan bi gong pan yu qu si lu bu fen juan / (ming)yi ming bian (ju ming chao ben ying yin) ; zai jian lou ji er juan / (qing)xu zhi yuan zhuan ; (qing)xu jiong bian ; (qing)xu xi yao zhong bian (ju qing tong zhi jian chao ben ying yin ; ying qian zhai xian sheng nian pu yi juan fu lu yi juan / (qing)luo yi zhi bian (ju qing chao ben ying yin)-- di 8 ce, heng hua guan za lu liu zhong(yi) / (qing)wang tao zhuan (ju gao ben ying yin)-- di 9 ce, heng hua guan za lu liu zhong(er) / (qing)wang tao zhuan (ju gao ben ying yin) ; shu yuan ri ji bu fen juan / (qing)jing lian zhuan (ju qing guang xu jian gao ben ying yin) ; wu li ya su tai xing cheng ji shi bu fen juan(yi) / (qing)xiang lin zhuan (ju qing guang xu jian gao ben ying yin)-- di 10 ce, wu li ya su tai xing cheng ji shi bu fen juan(er) / (qing)xiang lin zhuan (ju qing guang xu jian--
  • Di 11 ce, wu li ya su tai xing cheng ji shi bu fen juan(san) / (qing)xiang lin zhuan (ju qing guang xu jian gao ben ying yin) ; fu guo gong heng lu xian shi gong ji ce feng ji lue yi juan / (qing)yi ming zhuan (ju qing han man wen chao ben ying yin)-- di 12 ce, geng zi ri ji bu fen juan / (qing)wang tong cai zhuan (ju gao ben ying yin) ; yuan you lue bu fen juan / (qing)huang biao zhuan (ju qing kang xi jian gao ben ying yin)-- di 13 ce, qin ding fang yu lu cheng kao lue bu fen juan(jia)(yi) / (qing)qian ming shi deng zuan xiu (ju qing kang xi jian chao ben ying yin)-- di 14 ce, qin ding fang yu lu cheng kao lue bu fen juan(jia)(er) / (qing)qian ming shi deng zuan xiu (ju qing kang xi jian chao ben ying yin)-- di 15 ce, qin ding fang yu lu cheng kao lue bu fen juan(jia)(san) / (qing)qian ming shi deng zuan xiu (ju qing kang xi jian chao ben ying yin)-- di 16 ce, qin ding fang yu lu cheng kao lue bu fen juan(jia)(si) / (qing)qian ming shi deng zuan xiu (ju qing kang xi jian chao ben ying yin)-- di 17 ce, qin ding fang yu lu cheng kao lue bu fen juan(jia)(wu) / (qing)qian ming shi deng zuan xiu (ju qing kang xi jian chao ben ying yin) ; qin ding fang yu lu cheng kao lue bu fen juan(yi) / (qing)qian ming shi deng zuan xiu (ju qing kang xi jian chao ben ying yin) ; qin ding fang yu lu cheng kao lue bu fen juan(bing)(yi) / (qing)qian ming shi deng zuan xiu (ju qing kang xi jian chao ben ying yin)--
  • Di 18 ce, qin ding fang yu lu cheng kao lue bu fen juan(bing)(er) / (qing)qian ming shi deng zuan xiu (ju qing kang xi jian chao ben ying yin)-- di 19 ce, qin ding fang yu lu cheng kao lue bu fen juan(bing)(san) / (qing)qian ming shi deng zuan xiu (ju qing kang xi jian chao ben ying yin)-- di 20 ce, si mao ting shu ge meng di feng su di yu zong ji cao gao bu fen juan / (qing)zhou zheng zhao zhuan (ju gao ben ying yin) ; wu huan ji xing lu er juan / (qing)bin liang zhuan (ju qing dao guang shi qi nian gao ben ying yin) ; ku che lu cheng shi yi yi juan ku che han zou gao yi juan lu li yi juan man wen zou gao yi juan / (qing)qing lin zhuan (ju qing han man wen chao ben ying yin) ; zhao xian suo ji yi juan / (qing)yi ming zhuan (ju qing chao ben ying yin)-- di 21 ce, long sheng wu zhong tu / yi ming hui (ju cai hui ben ying yin) ; dian yi tu shuo / (qing)gao qi zhuo bian (ju qing yong zheng jian mo shu cai hui ben ying yin) ; qian miao tu shuo(jia) / (qing)yi ming bian (ju qing mo shu cai hui ben ying yin) ; qian miao tu shuo(yi) / (qing)yi ming bian (ju mo shu cai hui ben ying yin) ; qian miao tu / yi ming hui (ju cai hui ben ying yin) ; miao man tu(jia) / (qing)yi ming bian (ju qing mo shu cai hui ben ying yin) ; miao man tu(yi) / (qing)yi ming bian (ju qing mo shu cai hui ben ying yin) ; li ren feng su tu shuo / (qing)yi ming bian (ju qing mo shu cai hui ben ying yin)—
  • Di 22 ce, jing si dian kao cun shi juan(yi) / (ming)yi ming bian (ju ming chao ben ying yin)-- di 23 ce, jia jing si dian kao cun shi juan(er) / (ming)yi ming bian (ju ming chao ben ying yin) ; ji cao bu lue er juan / (ming)shao jing ji zhuan (ju ming chong zhen jian chao ben ying yin) ; zhou ke tiao li bu fen juan / (ming)wang ting bian (ju ming chao ben ying yin) ; hu bei bing gong gang yao chang biao ce shi san zhong(yi) / (qing)zhu en fu bian (ju qing xuan tong er nian chao ben ying yin)-- di 24 ce, hu bei bing gong gang yao chang biao ce shi san zhong(er) / (qing)zhu en fu bian (ju qing xuan tong er nian chao ben ying yin)-- di 25 ce, hu bei bing gong gang yao chang biao ce shi san zhong(san) / (qing)zhu en fu bian (ju qing xuan tong er nian chao ben ying yin)-- di 26 ce, hu bei bing gong gang yao chang biao ce shi san zhong(si) / (qing)zhu en fu bian (ju qing xuan tong er nian chao ben ying yin)-- di 27 ce, jia jing ge bu xin li bu fen juan(yi) / (ming)yi ming bian (ju ming chong zhen jian chao ben ying yin)-- di 28 ce, jia jing ge bu xin li bu fen juan(er) / (ming)yi ming bian (ju ming chong zhen jian chao ben ying yin) ; jing fu zhao yi juan / (ming)yi ming bian (ju ming chao ben ying yin)--
  • Di 29 ce, xi tai jian bai shu cun yi juan fu jin xing yao zou shu yi juan / (ming)jin zhong shi zhuan (ju jiu chao ben ying yin) ; chong zhen zhao yu dui lu can ben / (ming)zhuang ji chang deng ji (ju ming mo chao ben ying yin) ; liang yuan zou shu yi juan fu shi wen lu yi yi juan / (ming)zou shi kai zhuan (ju qing chu chao ben ying yin)-- di 30 ce, he wen zhen gong tiao yi he ji san juan / (ming)he zhong shi zhuan (ju qing chao ben ying yin) ; jin chuan zou gao ba juan / (qing)wen fu zhuan (ju qing chao ben ying yin)-- di 31 ce, e le deng bao zou yi liu juan(yi) / (qing)e le deng bao zhuan (ju qing jia qing jian chao ben ying yin)-- di 32 ce, e le deng bao zou yi liu juan(er) / (qing)e le deng bao zhuan (ju qing jia qing jian chao ben ying yin) ; guang zhou du tong ren nei han zou zhe ce yi juan guang zhou jiang jun ren nei han zou zhe di ce yi juan guang dong sheng man wen ti zou gao ben yi juan guang zhou man wen ti zou gao ben yi juan(yi) / (qing)yi xiang zhuan (ju qing dao guang jian xu ji deng han man wen chao ben ying yin)--
  • Di 33 ce, guang zhou du tong ren nei han zou zhe ce yi juan guang zhou jiang jun ren nei han zou zhe di ce yi juan guang dong sheng man wen ti zou gao ben yi juan guang zhou man wen ti zou gao ben yi juan(er) / (qing)yi xiang zhuan (ju qing dao guang jian xu ji deng han man wen chao ben ying yin) ; si chuan zou yi gong du bu fen juan / (qing)qi yuan deng zhuan (ju qing guang xu jian chao ben ying yin)-- di 34 ce, wu chang shou deng zou gao bu fen juan / (qing)wu chang shou deng zhuan (ju qing tong zhi jian gao ben ying yin)-- di 35 ce, huai nan er shi chang chan yan bing he dao tu / (qing)yi ming bian (ju qing xie hui ben ying yin) ; he mu cuo yao er juan / (qing)yi ming zhuan (ju qing qian long jian chao ben ying yin) ; he gong yao lan yi juan / (qing)yi ming zhuan (ju qing chao ben ying yin) ; he fang yao jue yi juan xiu fang shi yi yi juan / (qing)chen huang deng zhuan (ju qing yong zheng jian chao ben ying yin) ; fu jiu zhi bu fen juan / (ming)jian yi bian (ju ming chao ben ying yin)-- di 36 ce, fu zhai jin wen shou gao bu fen juan / (qing)chen jie qi zhuan (ju gao ben ying yin) ; zhu cheng jin shi zhi san juan / (qing)yin peng shou zhuan (ju qing guang xu jian gao ben ying yin).
  • 第1冊, 總目.提要書影-- 第2冊, 漢書餘論殘卷續錄一卷 / (清)丁晏撰 (據稿本影印) ; 宋槧漢書殘本考異一卷 / (清)錢泰吉撰 (據清道光十八年稿本影印) ; 補班馬異同七卷 / (清)周中孚編 (據清鈔本影印)-- 第3冊, 六國史略不分卷附司馬溫公總論一卷十六國總 論一卷 / (清)王筠撰 (據高鴻裁鈔本影印) ; 定氛外史二卷 / (明)楊起元撰 (據清鈔本影印) ; 京官考察不分卷 / (明)吏部編 (據明天啟二年鈔本影印)-- 第4冊, 清長江水師營哨官履歷冊不分卷附江南蘇松水 師營哨官履歷冊不分卷(一) / (清)佚名編 (據清光緖間鈔本影印)-- 第5冊, 長江水師營哨官履歷冊不分卷附江南蘇松水師 營哨官履歷冊不分卷(二) / (清)佚名編 (據清光緖間鈔本影印)--
  • 第6冊, 清長江水師營哨官履歷冊不分卷附江南蘇松水 師營哨官履歷冊不分卷(三) / (清)佚名編 (據清光緖間鈔本影印)-- 第7冊, 清長江水師營哨官履歷冊不分卷附江南蘇松水 師營哨官履歷冊不分卷(四) / (清)佚名編 (據清光緖間鈔本影印) ; 王氏壽言不分卷 / (明)佚名編 (據寶遺堂鈔本影印) ; 明司理淄川畢公攀輿去思錄不分卷 / (明)佚名編 (據明鈔本影印) ; 在澗樓集二卷 / (清)徐之垣撰 ; (清)徐炯編 ; (清)徐錫垚重編 (據清同治間鈔本影印 ; 應潛齋先生年譜一卷附錄一卷 / (清)羅以智編 (據清鈔本影印)-- 第8冊, 蘅華館雜錄六種(一) / (清)王韜撰 (據稿本影印)-- 第9冊, 蘅華館雜錄六種(二) / (清)王韜撰 (據稿本影印) ; 樞垣日記不分卷 / (清)景廉撰 (據清光緖間稿本影印) ; 烏里雅蘇臺行程紀事不分卷(一) / (清)祥麟撰 (據清光緖間稿本影印)-- 第10冊, 烏里雅蘇臺行程紀事不分卷(二) / (清)祥麟撰 (據清光緖間--
  • 第11冊, 烏里雅蘇臺行程紀事不分卷(三) / (清)祥麟撰 (據清光緖間稿本影印) ; 輔國公恒魯先世功績冊封紀略一卷 / (清)佚名撰 (據清漢滿文鈔本影印)-- 第12冊, 庚子日記不分卷 / (清)汪桐采撰 (據稿本影印) ; 遠遊略不分卷 / (清)黃表撰 (據清康熙間稿本影印)-- 第13冊, 欽定方輿路程考略不分卷(甲)(一) / (清)錢名世等纂修 (據清康熙間鈔本影印)-- 第14冊, 欽定方輿路程考略不分卷(甲)(二) / (清)錢名世等纂修 (據清康熙間鈔本影印)-- 第15冊, 欽定方輿路程考略不分卷(甲)(三) / (清)錢名世等纂修 (據清康熙間鈔本影印)-- 第16冊, 欽定方輿路程考略不分卷(甲)(四) / (清)錢名世等纂修 (據清康熙間鈔本影印)-- 第17冊, 欽定方輿路程考略不分卷(甲)(五) / (清)錢名世等纂修 (據清康熙間鈔本影印) ; 欽定方輿路程考略不分卷(乙) / (清)錢名世等纂修 (據清康熙間鈔本影印) ; 欽定方輿路程考略不分卷(丙)(一) / (清)錢名世等纂修 (據清康熙間鈔本影印)--
  • 第18冊, 欽定方輿路程考略不分卷(丙)(二) / (清)錢名世等纂修 (據清康熙間鈔本影印)-- 第19冊, 欽定方輿路程考略不分卷(丙)(三) / (清)錢名世等纂修 (據清康熙間鈔本影印)-- 第20冊, 思茅廳屬各猛地風俗地輿總集草稿不分卷 / (清)周正朝撰 (據稿本影印) ; 烏桓紀行錄二卷 / (清)斌良撰 (據清道光十七年稿本影印) ; 庫車路程事宜一卷庫車漢奏稿一卷履歷一卷滿文 奏稿一卷 / (清)慶林撰 (據清漢滿文鈔本影印) ; 朝鮮瑣記一卷 / (清)佚名撰 (據清鈔本影印)-- 第21冊, 龍勝五種圖 / 佚名繪 (據彩繪本影印) ; 滇夷圖說 / (清)高其倬編 (據清雍正間墨書彩繪本影印) ; 黔苗圖說(甲) / (清)佚名編 (據清墨書彩繪本影印) ; 黔苗圖說(乙) / (清)佚名編 (據墨書彩繪本影印) ; 黔苗圖 / 佚名繪 (據彩繪本影印) ; 苗蠻圖(甲) / (清)佚名編 (據清墨書彩繪本影印) ; 苗蠻圖(乙) / (清)佚名編 (據清墨書彩繪本影印) ; 黎人風俗圖說 / (清)佚名編 (據清墨書彩繪本影印)--
  • 第22冊, 靖祀典考存十卷(一) / (明)佚名編 (據明鈔本影印)-- 第23冊, 嘉靖祀典考存十卷(二) / (明)佚名編 (據明鈔本影印) ; 濟漕補略二卷 / (明)邵經濟撰 (據明崇禎間鈔本影印) ; 洲課條例不分卷 / (明)王侹編 (據明鈔本影印) ; 湖北兵工鋼藥廠表冊十三種(一) / (清)朱恩紱編 (據清宣統二年鈔本影印)-- 第24冊, 湖北兵工鋼藥廠表冊十三種(二) / (清)朱恩紱編 (據清宣統二年鈔本影印)-- 第25冊, 湖北兵工鋼藥廠表冊十三種(三) / (清)朱恩紱編 (據清宣統二年鈔本影印)-- 第26冊, 湖北兵工鋼藥廠表冊十三種(四) / (清)朱恩紱編 (據清宣統二年鈔本影印)-- 第27冊, 嘉靖各部新例不分卷(一) / (明)佚名編 (據明崇禎間鈔本影印)-- 第28冊, 嘉靖各部新例不分卷(二) / (明)佚名編 (據明崇禎間鈔本影印) ; 靖府招一卷 / (明)佚名編 (據明鈔本影印)--
  • 第29冊, 西臺建白疏存一卷附金星耀奏疏一卷 / (明)金忠士撰 (據舊鈔本影印) ; 崇禎朝諭對錄殘本 / (明)莊際昌等記 (據明末鈔本影印) ; 兩垣奏疏一卷附詩文錄遺一卷 / (明)鄒士楷撰 (據清初鈔本影印)-- 第30冊, 賀文貞公條議合集三卷 / (明)賀仲軾撰 (據清鈔本影印) ; 金川奏稿八卷 / (清)溫福撰 (據清鈔本影印)-- 第31冊, 額勒登保奏議六卷(一) / (清)額勒登保撰 (據清嘉慶間鈔本影印)-- 第32冊, 額勒登保奏議六卷(二) / (清)額勒登保撰 (據清嘉慶間鈔本影印) ; 廣州都統任內漢奏摺冊一卷廣州將軍任內漢奏摺 底冊一卷廣東省滿文題奏稿本一卷廣州滿文題奏 稿本一卷(一) / (清)奕湘撰 (據清道光間許濟等漢滿文鈔本影印)--
  • 第33冊, 廣州都統任內漢奏摺冊一卷廣州將軍任內漢奏 摺底冊一卷廣東省滿文題奏稿本一卷廣州滿文題 奏稿本一卷(二) / (清)奕湘撰 (據清道光間許濟等漢滿文鈔本影印) ; 四川奏議公牘不分卷 / (清)岐元等撰 (據清光緖間鈔本影印)-- 第34冊, 吳昌壽等奏稿不分卷 / (清)吳昌壽等撰 (據清同治間稿本影印)-- 第35冊, 淮南二十場產鹽並河道圖 / (清)佚名編 (據清寫繪本影印) ; 河幕撮要二卷 / (清)佚名撰 (據清乾隆間鈔本影印) ; 河工要覽一卷 / (清)佚名撰 (據清鈔本影印) ; 河防要訣一卷修防事宜一卷 / (清)陳潢等撰 (據清雍正間鈔本影印) ; 復舊制不分卷 / (明)蹇義編 (據明鈔本影印)-- 第36冊, 簠齋金文手稿不分卷 / (清)陳介祺撰 (據稿本影印) ; 諸城金石志三卷 / (清)尹彭壽撰 (據清光緖間稿本影印).
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